As in other popular signed productions FromSoftwarealso in Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice players face and a large number of enemies and bosses progressively more and more difficult, in this case relying only on their skills with the sword, as there are no upgradeable statistics.
Before starting we point out that they will be present in this guide heavy spoilers on the plot and contents of Sekiro: if you do not want to risk ruining the experience, therefore, we advise you not to continue reading.
One of the most complicated bosses to deal with in the entire game is the Demon of Hatreda huge and deformed creature with elemental powers of fire that haunts one of the battlefields of the Ashina fortress. However, the mystery hovers over this demon, and there are many players who have wondered who he is and where he comes from, since it seems to appear out of nowhere, seeming completely disconnected from the environment in which it is located.
Well, behind the Demon of Hatred lies none other than the Sculptorwhich helps the Wolf during his adventure saving his life and giving him the prosthetic arm. According to what we can guess from the dialogues with the characters and from the descriptions of the objects, the Sculptor seems to be one of the shinobi who helped Tomoe when he decided to cut the so-called Legacy of the Dragonand have friendly relationships with Isshin Ashina. After Isshin’s death, the pain and anger at the loss may be like this transformed the Sculptor into the Demon of Hatred.
If you want to know more about the game, on our pages you can find our review of Sekiro Shadows Die Twice. Did you also know that Sekiro has just celebrated its third anniversary?